Local Girl Scouts selling cookies to fund educational adventures

Local Girl Scouts selling cookies to fund educational adventures

One little girl in San Diego found a prime location on a Friday afternoon. Her cookie sales are through-the-roof, thanks in large part to her new go-to location. Both the girl and the store benefited because people wanted the famous Girl Scout Cookies while some customers purchased marijuana cookies from Urban Leaf.

Urbn Leaf posted this photo on Instagram, encouraging its clientele to grab some "Girl Scout Cookies with your GSC".

The scout's father told 10News his daughter has sold more than 300 boxes in a total of about 6 hours.

Although Girl Scouts are only allowed to sell at "approved sites" - which doesn't include pot shops - this particular scout got around the rule by selling cookies from her wagon, and by moving up and down the sidewalk instead of staying in front of the store. Have a friend that wants to #tagalong?

Many of those approached by these door-to-door sellers said they'll be buying plenty in the weeks to come.

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The "GSC" they were referring to in their social media post is a flavor of marijuana. If the young girl was only trying to sell cookies from a wagon or even the back of her father's auto, then it falls within the rules of the cookie sales.

At the time, a representative of Girl Scouts of the United States of America told the site the decision of where to sell cookies is up to the parents.

The young girl was able to sell the cookies in the San Diego region after the city legalized the substance in September 2017. The Girl Scouts - North Carolina Coastal Pines' Cookie Program will run through Sunday, March 4. As always, our primary concern is the safety and well-being of the girls we serve'.

"As Girl Scouts, we assume good intent", Doyle continued.